[AusNOG] Data Retention - List of Agencies

Tony Miles tmiles42 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 20 13:37:27 EST 2016

Yes, I realise email content is not available (without court order), but
assuming the mail was being hosted somewhere that is liable to keep
metadata (and not an internal mail server) then they MIGHT find something
in the subject they are looking for, eg:

To: Concerned_Employee
From: Ruthless_Manager
Subject: Re: concerns about scale calibration

That's a lot of ducks to line up, which is even more reason why these
people probably don't need access to metadata ? What are they hoping to
find ?

On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 12:07 PM, Noel Butler <noel.butler at ausics.net>

> How could they tell ?
> Since the content of emails are not part of DR, and subject = content,
> therefor not part of data to be retained or released, they'll still have
> NFI if that person emailed the other person about a concern, or what they
> got up to last weekend...
> To get to your example they need full access to content which does require
> a Court order.
> On 20/01/2016 11:30, Tony Miles wrote:
>  to communicate this to someone else via email (ie. an employee reporting
> via email to management that they thought the scales need calibrating).
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